Basic/Advanced Forensic Photography

The first three days of this 40 hour course will be devoted to Basic Crime Scene Photography, followed by an Advanced section for the last two days. This course is specifically designed for anyone who is tasked with the responsibility of having to document crime scenes, autopsy or body injuries, or evidentiary items within a controlled laboratory setting. Crime Scene Investigators, Detectives, Medical Examiner/Coroner Investigators, or anyone in which taking good photographs for court purposes is an integral part of what you do, must attend this course. You must master the camera which is a vital piece of your equipment. This class will cover the triad of exposure with the modern digital cameras, image composition, and managing the images you obtain, basically the start to finish of your critical documentation achieved by forensic photography. Examination photography of evidence, impression photography, flash photography, night and low light photography, as well as situations with Bluestar and Luminol for bloodstain documentation will be covered in addition to much more. The course will be taught from the standpoint of you have simply been handed a new point and shoot digital camera and told to go to your job with either no training or minimal instructions. Regardless of your skill level, your images will improve with this training.

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